TPL, INC.

Company Information

Company Name
TPL, INC.
Address
3921 ACADEMY PKY NORTH NE
ALBUQUERQUE, NM, 87109-4416
Phone
1 505-342-4439
URL
n/a
DUNS
055145320
Number of Employees
13
Hubzone Owned:
N
Minority Owned:
N
Woman Owned:
N

Award Totals

PROGRAM/PHASE
AWARD AMOUNT ($)
NUMBER OF AWARDS
SBIR Phase I
$11,851,811.00
159
SBIR Phase II
$29,458,263.00
47
STTR Phase I
$609,932.00
7
STTR Phase II
$1,248,297.00
2
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Award List

  1. High Energy Density Nanocomposite Based on Tailored Surface Chemistry

    Amount: $99,960.00

    High energy density capacitors are required for practical implementation of GW-class pulse power loads. In response to this need, TPL has established unique dielectric and capacitor capabilities. Re ...

    STTR Phase I 2010 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  2. Power Source Development for Compact Proton Accelerators

    Amount: $1,469,812.00

    DESCRIPTION (provided by applicant): Radiation therapy is one of the primary weapons in the battle against cancer, but even with the advances we have made, there remains significant room for improveme ...

    SBIR Phase II 2010 Department of Health and Human Services
  3. Wide Temperature, High-Frequency Capacitors for Aerospace Power Conditioning Applications

    Amount: $99,925.00

    Thermally stable, high frequency capacitors are necessary for development of more compact, high power electronics for use in high performance weapons systems. Mechanically and thermally robust capaci ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 Air ForceDepartment of Defense
  4. Explosively Clad Liners for Extended Barrel Life

    Amount: $99,997.00

    Gun barrel life is limited by erosion, heat and wear. Barrel steels and failure mechanisms have changed little since the end of World War II. Performance requirements of modern gun systems continue to ...

    SBIR Phase I 2010 NavyDepartment of Defense
  5. High Temperature Nano-composite Film Capacitors for Hybrid Electric Vehicles

    Amount: $461,097.00

    Future Army ground vehicles are envisioned to use hybrid electric technology. At present, the propulsion systems for these vehicles require power components which are relatively large and inefficient; ...

    SBIR Phase II 2010 ArmyDepartment of Defense
  6. 3157 February 6, 1997 SatCon Technology Corporation The inherent limitation of chemical batteries to store and release energy has proven to be the most significant obstacle in the commercialization of hybrid

    Amount: $498,763.00

    hybrid electric vehicles. While flywheel energy storage systems present viable alternatives, high power densities can only be achieved by high speed operation. This project will develop a motor alte ...

    SBIR Phase II 1985 Department of Energy
  7. AN ADVANCED RAPID INITIATION PROPAGATION IGNITOR SYSTEM FOR LOVA PROPELLANTS

    Amount: $49,229.00

    RAPID INITIATED PROPAGATION (RIP) IGNITORS PROVIDE MORE UNIFORM FLAME SPREADING THROUGH PROPELLANT BEDS THROUGH CYLINDRICAL WAVE EXPANSION ACCOMPANIED BY REDUCED EXPANSION EFFECTS ON THE PRESSURE PULS ...

    SBIR Phase I 1988 ArmyDepartment of Defense
  8. AN INTEGRATED APPROACH TO THE CORRELATION OF INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS TESTS TO CARD GAP VALUES

    Amount: $49,950.00

    CARD GAP TESTS ARE THE HAZARD STANDARDS BY WHICH ENERGETIC MATERIALS ARE CLASSIFIED. THE USE OF INSENSITIVE MUNITIONS REQUIRES PERFORMANCE RESPONSE INFORMATION TO SENSITIVITY TESTS SUCH AS BULLET/ FRA ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 ArmyDepartment of Defense
  9. THE USE OF RECLAIMED PBX MATERIALS AS BLASTING AGENTS

    Amount: $521,200.00

    ORDNANCE RECLAMATION ACTIVITIES RESULT IN A SURPLUS OF PLASTIC BONDED EXPLOSIVES (PBXS). AS CURRENTLY FORMULATED, THESE MATERIALS ARE TOO ENERGETIC FOR COMMERCIAL BLASTING APPLICATIONS. PBXS COULD BE ...

    SBIR Phase II 1990 NavyDepartment of Defense
  10. IDENTIFICATION OF IGNITION CRITERIA FOR LOW VULNERABILITY AMMUNITION (LOVA) PROPELLANTS

    Amount: $49,832.00

    LOVA PROPELLANTS ARE DESIGNED TO RESIST THERMAL THREATS, THUS INCREASING WEAPON SYSTEMS SURVIVABILITY. THE RESULTANTS CHARACTERISTICS MAKE THESE MATERIALS DIFFICULT TO IGNITE WITH CONVENTIONAL MATERIA ...

    SBIR Phase I 1989 NavyDepartment of Defense

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